Check Out These Upcoming Keshet Community Events

Join Keshet for one or more of these upcoming LGBT community events:

Saturday night May 12th at 8:00 pm: Keshet’s Young Adult Game Night! Join the Keshet Young Adult group (20’s and 30’s) for another lively night of board and card games at the office! Since the office is moving in May, this will be our last Young Adult event in the Logan office! (1918 Logan St. Denver, CO)

Friday night, May 18th at 6:30 pm: This month we will join Minyan Na’aleh for a Carlebach style, egalitarian, traditional service and a potluck dinner afterwards! Here is the kashrut policy for Na’aleh events: “In an effort to make everyone more comfortable dining together, we ask that those who do not keep kosher homes bring uncooked dairy or vegetarian dishes (i.e., green salad or fruit salad) or packaged foods with a kosher symbol. Those who do keep kosher homes are welcome to bring uncooked or packaged food as well, or a cooked dairy or vegetarian dish.” (Minyan Na’aleh will be held at Kohelet: 428 S. Forest St. Denver, CO)

Friday night, June 15th at 6:00 pm: Join Keshet and other Jewish supporters for a Shabbat service and picnic to celebrate LGBT Pride in Denver. Please pack your own lawn chair, blanket, and dinner. This event will be held at the Cheesman Park Pavilion in Denver.

Sunday June 17th: March with Keshet in the Gay Pride Parade in Denver. We will start in Cheesman Park and finish at Civic Center Park. See www.keshetonline.org for more details or to sign up for our newsletter!!

Email rafi@keshetonline.org for any questions!

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